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Wellbeing & Diversity in Construction & Property Conference; Sponsored by The Social Value Portal

Thursday, 7th January 2021 0845hrs – 1600hrs

This online conference will focus on health, diversity and wellbeing in the construction and property industry.

Worker wellbeing in the construction industry has rarely been out of the headlines over the past few years – and rightly so.

The construction industry has the highest suicide rate of any other profession – whilst 400,000 days a year are lost in productivity due to work-related stress, depression and anxiety. And there are many challenges to overcome – from long hours, extended times working away from home, temporary and precarious nature of many projects, diversity challenges, the ‘macho culture’ and more have all contributed.

This online conference will look to break down stigmas, bring awareness to issues and challenges, and hear from those at the forefront of change – sharing details on what is being done successfully across the UK in many different sectors of the industry. A large focus in the past on Health & Safety has been on physical hazards – and now it’s now to focus on the wellbeing of our most important asset – the workforce.

Topics will focus on:

  • Leaving a legacy through development – having a lasting positive outcome for communities
  • Diversifying the industry to create more opportunities whilst removing unconscious bias
  • Creating more inclusive workplaces and environments
  • Integrating complex EDI Strategies – best practice, collaboration and integration
  • Educating employees to break down stigmas and barriers to have more difficult and open conversations

Speakers include:

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Agenda and Programme:

08:45-09:10 Doors Open & Networking

Enjoy some networking time with those also attending the conference and visit the exhibitors – with the ability to video chat with attendees, enter the speed networking area or visit the booths of our sponsors.

09:10-09:45 Keynote

The event will kickstart with a keynote from our headline partner Social Value Portal who’re playing a crucial role in allowing the public sector, developers and other key stakeholders in the development journey to measure and manage the social value they generate. Following this we’ll hear a passionate talk from ACAS – the Crown non-departmental public body of the Government who support employees and employers – offering free impartial advice on workplace rights, rules and best practice.

The Social Value Portal; Guy Battle, Chief Executive Officer

ACAS; Jennifer Williams, Deputy Head of D&I

09:45-10:00 Networking & Exhibition

During the break period you’re able to move around the event – with a speed networking area to allow you to video chat at random so get your elevator pitch ready. 

You can also invite any other attendee to video chat, direct message.

And you can visit our exhibitions, chatting directly to them or watch their brand video and register your interest.

10:00-11:00 Session One: Leaving a Legacy – Delivering Social Value and Inclusive Communities

We hear from a number of firms who’ll play a key role in the design, development and delivery of some of the UK’s largest projects to discuss how the industry can approach development and regeneration projects to leave a positive legacy for communities.

Chair: The Social Value Portal; Guy Battle, Chief Executive Officer

British Land; Saul Collyns, Community Executive for Canada Water

Willmott Dixon; Richard Pickett, Head of Legacy

Transport for London; Emma Hatch, Senior Development Manager

11:00-11:30 Networking & Exhibition

During the break period you’re able to move around the event – with a speed networking area to allow you to video chat at random so get your elevator pitch ready. 

You can also invite any other attendee to video chat, direct message.

And you can visit our exhibitions, chatting directly to them or watch their brand video and register your interest.

11:05-11:25 Roundtable Discussion: The Role of Procurement in Delivering Social Value – Hosted by Nathan Spencer

We will discuss how procurement processes can deliver social value and what organisations can be doing to create a positive influence within their supply network. We encourage you to join the conversation and have a chat with us by sharing your audio and video.

11:30-12:30 Session Two: Diversifying the Industry – Removing Unconscious Bias Whilst Creating Opportunities

It can sometimes be a difficult conversation to have – but why isn’t our industry more diverse? Whether it be race, gender, religion, sexuality, age, disabilities, gender identity and expression etc – small steps are being made but not quick enough. In this session we look at what needs to happen to create a more inclusive environment, tackling the difficult conversations head on. 

Chair: (Available to Sponsor)

Pathways to Property; Paddy Allen, Chairman

The WOW Network; Lisa Charlwood-Green, Founder

#YesSheCan; Sophie Turner, Founder

Housing 21; Deborah Hope, Head of Development

12:30-13:00 Networking & Exhibition

During the break period you’re able to move around the event – with a speed networking area to allow you to video chat at random so get your elevator pitch ready. 

You can also invite any other attendee to video chat, direct message.

And you can visit our exhibitions, chatting directly to them or watch their brand video and register your interest.

12:35-12:55 Roundtable Discussion: Recruitment Fair – Helping Tackle Unemployment in the Industry – Hosted by Fahmida Nisa

We are living in unprecedented times where our industry peers have recently found themselves out of work. Come and join the conversation about how we can help make a change and connect people with the right opportunities for them. We can help make a difference in someone’s job searching journey.

13:00-14:00 Session Three: Integrating Complex EDI Strategies & Collaborating Across the Industry

Some of the UK’s largest construction and real estate firms will join us to discuss their strategic approach to integrating wellbeing and health strategies into their business. With thousands of employees dotted across the UK, a plethora of challenges including the changing landscape from Covid-19 and the difficulties of filtering this into the supply chain and across sub-contractors, we’ll hear from those who’re actively leading positive change in big businesses.

Chair: Constructing Rainbows; Sharon Slinger, Director

Highways England; Ron Calderwood-Duncan, Head of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and Engagement

Homes England; Julie Musesoglu, Senior Diversity & Inclusion Manager

Meridian Water, Enfield Council; Peter George, Programme Director

Sovereign; Jerome Williams, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager

14:00-14:30 Networking & Exhibition

During the break period you’re able to move around the event – with a speed networking area to allow you to video chat at random so get your elevator pitch ready. 

You can also invite any other attendee to video chat, direct message.

And you can visit our exhibitions, chatting directly to them or watch their brand video and register your interest.

14:05-14:25 Roundtable Discussion: Disability in Construction – Hosted by Phil Laycock

This needs to be addressed and considered while designing buildings and creating places. We also need to have a conversation about how disability is underrepresented within the construction and property industry. How can we remove unconscious bias and eradicate unfavourable views? Join the conversation by sharing your audio and video, we want to hear from you.

14:30-15:30 Session Four: Breaking Down Barriers & Stigmas Through Communication

The advice whenever something is burdening you is to share it, talk about it, and take the weight off your shoulders. That can be difficult to do even to friends and family – so bringing that into the workplace is even more challenging. In this session we look at how we can invite colleagues to open up, share their stories, and let them be the real them in the workplace, whether that workplace is virtual, physical or both.

Chair: (Available to Sponsor)

Talik & Co; Paul Davies, Associate Director and Head of Social Mindfulness Practice

EDP Training; Bianca Jones, Director

Willmott Dixon Interiors; Judy Usher, Head of People

Legacy Consultants; Nathan Dennis, Founder & Senior Consultant

15:30-16:00 Networking, Exhibition & Close

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We’re set to have an exceptional line-up of speakers who’ll be sharing their expertise when it comes to the work of health, wellbeing, diversity and inclusion. Speakers include:

The Social Value Portal – Guy Battle, Chief Executive Officer

Guy Battle is a Sustainability Consultant with over 25 years of experience. He was the lead partner for Sustainability at Deloitte LLP, where he worked closely with many corporates helping them solve some of the key sustainability challenges facing the world of corporate business. In September 2014, Guy set up The Sustainable Business Partnership and is now focused on unlocking the inherent social, environmental and financial opportunities that businesses should do to create value. Guy is passionate about the contribution that Business can make to improve our society and this has been one of the driving motivations behind the creation of The Social Value Portal.

Transport for London – Emma Hatch, Senior Development Manager

TFL owns a 5,700 acre estate that includes land and properties with huge potential for creating the homes and jobs that the capital needs. They are partnering with a number of developers, housebuilders and registered providers to bring forward housing, commercial and mixed use projects. Emma will give an update on the development programme which will see the long term development of 10,000 new homes and creation of thousands of jobs.

Emma Hatch Transport for London

British Land – Saul Collyns, Community Executive, Canada Water

British Land are developing the first new town in London for centuries in one of the UK’s largest projects, transforming 53-acres in Southwark into a thriving new community. The development will take 15 years to complete, deliver 3,000 new homes, create workspace for 20,000 people and have a new modern high-street. Saul roles sees him lead on the firms community engagement and governance at Canada Water whilst he also heads up their approach to inclusive supply and supporting local enterprise through development.

#YesSheCan – Sophie Turner, Founder

#YesSheCan aims to inspire women to take the next step, put themselves forwards and have some underlying self-belief. Their mantra of “She Believes, So She Leads” is critical to breaking down the gender barriers and ensuring the opportunity landscape is an equal one regardless of gender. Sophie will share details of the work behind this forward thinking, progressive entity, whilst using her expertise to tackle the tough questions.


Sovereign – Jerome Williams, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager

Prior to joining Sovereign, Jerome had excelled within his roles at BT, Homes and Communications Agency, as well as Department of Energy and Climate Change. He is passionate about creating inclusive work places which is why he joined Sovereign, where they embraces diversity at work so that their people bring different ideas, innovation and creativity to what they do. To them, diversity means more than colour, religion, disability and sexuality. It also means things like people’s hobbies, passions and personalities. They are interested in and inspired by the rich variety of experience and knowledge in our truly diverse and inclusive working community. Jerome will be sharing his experience and discuss how these strategies can be integrated within the industry.

ACAS – Jennifer Williams, Deputy Head of D&I

With over 20 years’ experience of advising and training, covering a wide range of human resource management and Equality and Diversity matters, Jen has worked with both public and private sector organisations to introduce policy change for the betterment of work life experience. She helps organisations with any issues from the equality legislation to the more sensitive issues around Equality and Diversity – she has a vast experience in this area and enjoys working with companies to enable a change of culture, ensuring a healthy workplace.

Highways England – Ron Calderwood-Duncan, Head of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and Engagement

With 5,000 across the current and thousands more working across their projects – Highways England is one of the biggest infrastructure organisations in the country – and heading up their EDI and Engagement strategy is Ron. He’s in charge of organisational culture, talent acquisition and employee engagement amongst numerous other areas, and his involvement will be incredibly beneficial for delegates to hear how they’re rolling out EDI nationwide offices and filtering this down to their partners and contractors.


Housing 21 – Deborah Hope, Head of Development

Housing 21 is a leading not for profit provider of Retirement Housing and Extra Care facilities. With 25 years’ experience in the housing and regeneration field, Deborah is passionate about equal opportunities for all and ensuring a positive work environment for her team members. Housing 21 is committed to help develop worker’s skills through induction toolkits, upskilling programmes and personalised learning management systems- at the forefront of which are diversity and inclusivity with a  value led approach.

Willmott Dixon – Richard Pickett, Head of Legacy

Willmott Dixon are known for making a difference to communities – focusing heavily on this before the term social value was even coined. Ensuring social impact is maximised, Richard heads up a team focused on delivering social value – ensuring it’s considered, planned and delivered during all parts and elements projects across South London and the South East.

Homes England – Julie Musesoglu, Senior Diversity and Inclusion Manager

Homes England are putting communities at the heart of its work – and they’ve recently published their first Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Report. But they’re not only fledging to work with partners to create more inclusive communities, they’re also actively working to address issues with a focus on their workplace, employees and partner companies. As D&I Manager, and also the Co-Founder of LGBT Property Professionals and a member of Building Equality, Julie is in the perfect position to highlight the work they’re doing at Homes England and how they’re collaborating and integrating their values and beliefs across the wider industry.

Pathways to Property – Paddy Allen, Chairman

Pathways to Property aim to widen access to the real estate profession by raising awareness of and aspirations about the vast range of careers available within the sector. Established as a response to the lack of diversity in the industry, the outreach programme exposes students from less advantaged and non-traditional backgrounds to opportunities within the property sector. Chair of the organisation Paddy, who is also a partner at Cushman & Wakefield, will talk about the importance of initiatives such as these and how the sector must address diversity.

Willmott Dixon Interiors – Judy Usher, Head of People

An experienced HR professional responsible for managing recruitment, retention and succession planning within then interiors division of Willmott Dixon, Judy is a well known figure for driving forward the agenda around mental health and wellbeing. She leads on activities within the business on these important topics – whilst coaching and training managers to enable them to effectively lead their teams to achieve high levels of performance and motivation. She’ll be adding her experience to the panel to share how their focus on these key areas can also drive commercial value for the business.

Judy heads up the mental health and wellbeing activities at Willmott Dixon.

Talik & Company – Paul Davies, Associate Director and Head of Social Mindfulness Practice

My biographies typically show off about:

  • my diverse consulting experience at McKinsey & Company, Accenture, Ashridge Consulting and, now, Talik & Company (the only boutique organisation development consultancy to win three FT Management Consultancy awards in both 2019 and 2020)
  • how my work is informed by my Founding CxO roles at social enterprises like Teach First and my years studying in the Far East, both at Taoist kung fu schools and Buddhist temples
  • how my work as head of Talik’s Social Mindfulness practice has helped harness the power of ‘group mind’ in organisations (including the construction sector)

My biographies don’t typically mention my bipolarity and how working with Social Mindfulness has led to kinder, curiouser, conversations that mean I now treat it as a ‘feature’, rather than a ‘bug’, at work.  Might such conversations complement interventions for diversity and inclusion?


The WOW Network – Lisa Charlwood-Green, Founder and Director

For almost 20 years Lisa has been championing LGBT equality and diversity – volunteering for a number of organisations and charities whilst also founding The WOW Network. Over the years she has dedicated her time, energy and funds to achieve her goal of making workplaces a safer and more inclusive spaces – with involved as SQA’s LGBT Network Chair, the Deputy Chair of Network Rail’s LGBT network and involvement in the University of Strathclyde’s LGBT staff training. She’ll be sharing her invaluable experiences and as one of the UK’s most influential names working in the industry she’ll have an abundance of knowledge and thoughts to add to the discussion.

Legacy Consultants – Nathan Dennis, Founder & Senior Consultant

Nathan is a specialist thought leader & consultant in behaviour change, helping companies think differently about how they engage diverse, young people & communities. He does this by utilising his values based approach which he has developed, connecting and listening to the hearts & minds of clients & customers.

He teaches & connects you to young people & local communities, using years of experience of helping many different companies more effectively engage, connect & build lasting relationships with those deemed traditionally hard to reach.

His values based methodology and theory of change ensures that both clients & their services users win & get the results they require, by inspiring, empowering and training on how to improve their engagement & diversity awareness. He creates a fun & innovative learning environment that inspires learning & encourages fresh new ideas thereby creating solutions to problems.

EDP Training – Bianca Jones, Director

Mental health has recently been in the spotlight like never before with suicide rates rising and the impact on health wellbeing due to the Covid-19 lockdown has seen this increase. Bianca helps deliver mental health training to a wide range of business across the UK – and she’ll bring her expertise to the panel to discuss how we can as organisations help people open up about their issues, help staff through troubling times and play our part in raising awareness of the issues.

Enfield Council – Peter George, Programme Director, Meridian Water

The £6 billion Meridian Water project, being led by Enfield Council could stake a claim as being London’s most important regeneration project. The 25 year programme will see the development of 10,000 new homes and thousands of new jobs on the 210 acre site. The 4th stage of the scheme is about to begin, with the next 800 BtR and affordable homes alongside commercial and community space. Peter will discuss how the next stages of the project will unfold and the partners they are engaging with along with opportunities to get involved.


Constructing Rainbows – Sharon Slinger, Director

Having worked in the construction and facilities management industries for nearly 20 years as a Chartered Quantity Surveyor for main contractors, Sharon has seen and experienced the many positives that built environment careers bring. She also noticed the lack of diversity within the industry, and as more and more research was produced demonstrating the business benefits of diverse organisations, it became obvious to her that we all need to be doing better. So in 2017, she set up Constructing Rainbows, to share her knowledge and experience more widely to help others improve their businesses, the wider industry and ultimately the bottom line.

Associate your brand with the Wellbeing & Diversity in Construction & Real Estate Conference and position your brand at the forefront of one of the UK’s biggest discussions and debates around the topic.

Package Exhibition Stand Chair/ Speaking Opportunity Tickets VIP Backstage Access Cost (+VAT)
Conference Partner Yes Yes Unlimited Yes £1,000 Sold Out
Session Partner Yes Yes Unlimited Yes £500 View Details
Best Practice Presentation Package Yes Yes Unlimited Yes £500 View Details
Exhibitor Packages Yes Unlimited Yes £150 View Details

We have various partnership packages available, including packages with speaking opportunities, exhibition space and those that will drive brand awareness, allowing you to address your whole target audience for maximum brand awareness and impact. Our partnership packages will put you at the forefront of the industry discussion allowing you to be there, be active and be an expert within the construction and property sector, the housing sector and the whole built environment industry.

Conference Partner

Session Partner


The role of the session partner provides an opportunity for you to participate in one of the sessions to build brand awareness, loyalty and trust amongst hundreds of civic and business leaders from across the industry. You’ll be seen to be a thought leader within your area of expertise and showcase your company in front of key decision-makers from across the industry. Benefits include:

  • Ability to help shape the session agenda and content to bring your strategic thinking to the event
  • Option to recommend speakers for the session
  • Inclusion with pre-conference speaker communications
  • Access to the speakers and panellists; an excellent opportunity to establish rapport and build commercially rewarding relationships
  • Branding for the whole conference and your session
  • One speaking position on your panel
  • Option to do a five minute introduction to your panel or thought leaders presentation
  • Online exhibition space allowing you to video chat with delegates and share downloadable content such as literature
  • Digital media branding: your logo will appear prominently on the website, marketing emails, social media etc
  • Master of Ceremonies “thank you” in the opening and closing speeches
  • Social media – pre, during and post-conference activity
  • Inclusion with all PR and outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to video of the conference after the event
  • Free exhibition space at all future Built Environment Recruitment Fair’s

Best Practice Presentation Package


During the breaks delegates are able to speed network and visit the exhibitors – but with this package you can also give them the option of coming to see your company deliver a 15-minute thought leadership presentation, enabling you to play a key role in the conference. Build brand awareness, loyalty, trust and new business leads amongst numerous civic and business leaders from across the industry. Benefits include:

  • Ability to deliver a 15-minute presentation during one of the break periods
  • Access to the VIP Room – a green room for speakers, VIP guests and sponsors
  • Branding across the rest of the conference
  • Online exhibition space allowing you to video chat with delegates and share content
  • Digital media branding: your logo will appear prominently on the website, marketing emails, social media, etc
  • Master of Ceremonies ‘thank you’ in the opening and closing speeches
  • Social media – pre, during and post-conference activity
  • Inclusion in any PR and outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to video of the conference after the event
  • Free exhibition space at all future Built Environment Recruitment Fair’s

Exhibitor Package


If you’re looking for access to the event and a space to meet online delegates and chat with them – then our exhibitor package is perfect. Some people can be reluctant to approach exhibition stands – but online it’s different and you’ll be inundated with enquiries and questions about your brand. Benefits include:

  • Online exhibition space allowing you to video chat with delegates and share downloadable content such as literature
  • Digital media branding: your logo will appear prominently on the website, marketing emails, social media etc
  • Master of Ceremonies “thank you” in the opening and closing speeches
  • Social media – pre, during and post-conference activity
  • Inclusion with all PR and outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to video of the conference after the event
  • Free exhibition space at all future Built Environment Recruitment Fair’s

If you’re interested in any of the packages above or if you’re interested in finding out additional information then contact us on:

0113 390 4700

Our online conferences will merge our face-to-face conferences with a virtual platform – providing networking opportunities, exceptional panel discussions and debates, speaker presentations and an exhibition hall.

Here’s a little video highlighting what to expect

And here’s a bit more information of key areas of our online events…

You’ll receive unique log-in details to join our online event via computer or phone – and you’ll be greeted with an easy navigation tool. You’ll be able to navigate to:

Main Stage

Where our ‘Programme’ will take place with excellent speakers and content. You’ll be able to get involved, asking questions and taking part in live polls.

Networking Area

Just like a real conference you’ll be able to meet and connect with new people in our forum. You can directly request to chat with someone or you can enter our ‘speed networking’ area to meet numerous new people within the industry. Get your elevator pitch ready!

Sponsor / Exhibitor Area

Meet our partners and sponsors – view what they’re all about, video chat with them and download their literature and product information.

We’re expected over 1,000 attendees in total from the construction and real estate sectors – all keen to learn more about EDI, health and wellbeing, whilst looking to share with others. The attendees are likely to range from high-level decision makers and business owners who usually attend our events, as well as those with a real interest in social value, EDI, HR and more. Attending companies so far include:

3D Reid
5plus Architects
51 Architecture
360 Architecture
AA Projects
Abri Group
Adam Architecture
Ada Mimalik Architects
Adept Consulting Engineers
Advanced Power Services
Adventure Yourself
AEI Acoustics
AHMM Architects
Alan Camp
Alinea Consulting
All India Queer Association
AM Bid
Amiri Construction
Amro Property
Archaeology Wales
Arctic Associates
A Room In Town
Aston University
Audley Court
Audley Group
Avison Young
BAM Construct
BAM Nuttall
Bank of Ireland
Barbour ABI
Barking College
Barrows and Forrester Property
Barton Willmore
Barwood Capital
Bedford Borough Council
Bell Decorating Group
Bell Group
Berkeley Group
Birmingham City Council
Birmingham City University
Blayze Group
Boxer Superstores
BPR Architects
Brand Vista
Breedon Group
Bri-Tek Technologies
Briggs and Forrester
Brighton & Hove City Council
Brightspace Architects
Bristol Housing Festival
Bristow Consulting
British Land
Brock Carmichael Architects
Brunel University of London
Buildeco Offsite Architecture
Building Equality
Burges Salmon
Burrington Estates
Business in the Community
Butler & Young
BW Workplace Experts
Cambridge Housing Society
Campus Living Villages
Capital & Centric
Carter Jonas
Cathy Stewart Associates
CB3 Consulting
Central Queensland University
Chegg Inc
Cheltenham Borough Council
Chisholm & Winch
Chun Wo JV
C J Design Partnership
Clear Futures
CLS Risk Solutions
Cluid Housing
Compendium Living
Connected Kerb
Constructing Rainbows
Copper Consultancy
Core Five
CPC Project Services
Cratus Communications
Crawford Partnership
Cushman and Wakefield
Cuttle Construction
DBFL Consulting
DCW Group
Deeley Group
Department for Education
DLA Architecture
Dodd Group
Dudley Council
Dundee Museum of Transport
Eco Electrical Contractors
Edgingtons Spink + Hyne
EDP Training
Ellis Williams Architects
Empower Develop People Training
Energy Services and Technology Association
Enfield Council
Environmental Monitoring Solutions
Esh Construction
Essex County Council
ESS Modular
Executive Partnerships
First Class Legacy
Flintshire County Council
Foot Anstey
Forbes Solicitors
Formation Architects
FPCR Environment and Design
Fusion 21
Fusion Architects
Future Cities Group
Gatehouse Bank
GBA Builders
GCU London
Geo Environmental Services
Geotechnics Ltd
Geraghty Taylor
Gerald Steer
Glencar Construction
Glouchestershire Hospitals NHS Trust
Golden Orb Solutions
Greenwoods GRM
Guide Security
Halsall Lloyd
Harrison Group Environmental
Harron Homes
Harworth Group
Hatton Traffic Management
HCUK Group
Heart of Wales Property Services
Heatherwick Studio
Henley Business School
Henley Group
Henry Boot Construction
Henry Riley
Herefordshire Council
Higgins Construction
Highways England
Hive Projects
HKS Architects
H Malone & Sons
Hoare Lea
Homes England
Homes for Lambeth
Hotel Grand
Houses of Parliament
Housing 21
Hub West Scotland
Ideal Modular Homes
IFC Group
Imperial College London
Ingleton Wood
Innate Coaching
Innovation Gateway
Inspire HR Solutions
Invest Northern Ireland
Japanese Knotweed
JBA Consulting
JED Konstrak
JF Finnegan
JGA Recruitment
John Burns Real Estate Consulting
John Lewis
Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology
Kennedy Wilson
Kenny Waste Management
Kingston University
Kirkwood Hospice
Kohn Pedersen Fox
Kube Management Consultants
Laing O’Rourke
Langan Engineering
Langley Roofing Systems
Lasalle Investment Management
Leed Associates
Leeds City Council
Leep Utilities
Legacy Consultants
Leman Solicitors
Leslie Clark
Leyland Consultancy
LGBT Foundation
Life Proven
Living Streets
Liz Male Consulting
LMAC Group
London Borough of Camden
London South Bank University
LTS Architects
Lyons+Sleeman+Hoare Architects
Mace Dragados
Manchester Metropolitan University
Manhire Associates
Manor Community
Manpower UK
Max Fordham
McAleer & Rushe
McCarthy and Stone
McGingley Support Services
McGregor Bowes
MEB Design
Meridian Water
Merseyside Youth Association
Mid Sussex District Council
Mildren Construction
Mindfulness Connected
Ministry of Housing & Infrastructure Development (Zambia)
MKC Training
Morgan Sindall
Morgan Sindall Construction
Morgan Structural
Morrisroe Group
Museum of London Archaeology
Nash Partnerships
National Federation of Builders
National House Building Control
Navana Property Group
Network Rail
New Concept Furnishings
New Era Fuels
Newground Architects
Newington Communications
NHS England
Nimbus Engineering Consultants
Nook Wellness Pods
Northumbrian Water
Novus Property Solutions
NPS Group
Nuthatch Consultants
nVent Electric
Oberlanders Architects
Onward Homes
Orbit Architects
Oxford Brookes University
Oxfordshire County Council
O’Neill & Brennan
p+hs architects
Page\Park Architects
Paragon Building Consultancy
Pathfinder CC
Pathways Housing Group
Pathways Housing Solutions
Pathways to Property
Pennington Manches Cooper
Perfect Circle
Peterborough City Council
Peter Lavelle Building Surveyors
PHG Consulting
PHM Retail and Property Solutions
Pick Everard
Pilot Light
Pinnegar Hayward Design
Pinsent Masons
Pitman Tozer Architects
Plans Drawn
Plowman Craven
Portman Estate
Principle Laboratories
Procast Building Contractors
Publica Associates
Public Sector Plc
Pulse Consult
Quartz Project Services
Quinn London
Quota Heritage
R&W Civil Engineering
Race Cottam Associates
Rail Projects Victoria
Recoup Capital
Red Dot 365
Regeneration Brainery
Restore Harrow Green
Retirement Villages Group
Rider Levett Bucknall
Ridge and Partners
RM Planning
Robinson Low Francis
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland
RPS Group
Russell Roof Tiles
S4 Architects
Sandra Murray and Associates
Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
Scape Procure
Schneider Electric
Scotland 5G Centre
Scottish Federation of Housing Associations
Scott Tallon Walker Architects
Shepherd and Wedderburn
Shire Structures
Shropshire Council
Skylight Construction
Smith Goodfellow
Snow Architects
Social Profit Calculator
Social Value Portal
Social Value Solutions
Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
South Oxfordshire District Council
Sovereign Housing
Speller Metcalfe
Spie UK
St Modwen
Stockport Council
Strategic Proposals
Surrey County Council
Swinburne University of Technology
Talent FM
Talik and Co
Talik and Company
Taylor Wimpey
TBL Fire Protection
Teach First
Tees Valley Combined Authority
Telford Homes
TenBroeke Engineering
Terrain Surveys
Thakeham Group
The Connectives
The FES Group
The Harris Partnership
The Land Trust
The Pond Foundation
The Portman Estate
The Student Hotel
Thirteen Housing Group
Thomasons Partnership
Threesixty Architecture
Transport for London
Transport for the North
Trident Maintenance Services
Trowers & Hamlins
Trowers & Hamlins
Trowers and Hamlins
Turner & Townsend
Turner and Townsend
Ukactive Research Institute
UK Green Building Council
Uniper Energy
United Living
University College of Estate Management
University of Bradford
University of Cambridge
University of East Anglia
University of Huddersfield
University of Leicester
University of Moratuwa
University of Oxford
University of West England
University of Westminster
VGC Group
Village Design
Walsh Brothers
Ward Williams Associates
Waterman Aspen
Waterman Group
Weaver Vale Housing Trust
Westminster City Council
Weston Williamson + Partners
Westridge Construction
Whittam Cox Architects
Wigan and Leigh College
Wiggins Lockett Thompson Surveyors
Willmott Dixon
Willmott Dixon Interiors
Window Solutions
WISE Campaign
Women into Construction
Woodhead Group
Wow Factory
Xsite Architecture
York Teaching Hospital NHS Trust
York Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Zen Travel
Zinc Consult


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